Compute! Issue 107 - April 1989. Editorial License Telecommunications is the space shuttle of computing too complex and too fragile, too important to live without - News & Notes Instant MS-DOS mix - News & Notes armored attack computers - News & Notes 27 million can't be wrong - News & Notes more noteworthy news of late - Gameplay Commie plots and copy protection all in the came column! - Impact Computers bring the information Age home - Discoveries What's a BBS without a phone? A message center, a computerized bull session, a place to pontificate and all for next to nothing - Levitations Worries about Nintendo taking over the universe? Soothe your fears with this prefabricated SWAN song - Letters Choice comment, low cost lament and time travel - New Products Titanic software - New Products Compact keyboard keeper - New Products and more new stuff - Compute Specific MS-DOS - Compute Specific 64/128 - Compute Specific Apple II - Compute Specific Amiga - Compute Specific Macintosh - Compute Specific Atari ST - The World Through a Wire Tap the telephone lines with your computer and light up the screen with a whole new universe of information, services and products - Burn Rubber! Hairpin turns, brushes with death the stuff of dreams in the fast land. Six driving games put horsepower in your hardware - Beginner's Luck Buying Your First Computer Three standout computers the IBM PS/2 Model 25, Tandy 1000 SL, and Apple IIc Plus make perfect first purchases. Which one's right for you? - Shop Around Beat mall madness! Put your keyboard on your knees and shop safely and sanely from home - Buyer's Guide Telecommunications Software Tie up your phone line with one of these 48 telecommunications packages - Review Fast Looks - Review Battlehawks 1942 - Review Wealth Insurance - Review FormSet - Review Rocket Ranger - Review Twist & Shout - Review Flight Simulator 3.0 - Review The Children's Writing & Publishing Center - Review F-19 Stealth Fighter - Review Quicken - Review TKO - Review PC-Link.